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Dr Nick Kelly

Name Nick Kelly
Position Adjunct Senior Research Fellow
Phone +61 7 3470 4234
Extension 4234
Email
Qualifications BDesComp(Hons) Sydney , PhD Sydney
Languages Spanish (non accredited translator)
Homepage http://www.usq.edu.au/adfi/
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Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Engineering Design not elsewhere classified ( 120499 )
  • Specialist Studies in Education not elsewhere classified ( 130399 )

Professional memberships
Member of ASCILITE (Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education)

USQ Research affiliations

  • Australian Digital Futures Institute (ADFI)

Research most recent
- Kelly, N and Gero JS: 2014, Interpretation in design: Modelling how the situation changes during design activity, Journal of Research in Engineering Design
- Kelly N, Reushle S, Chakrabarty S and Kinnane A: 2014, Augmenting the support for pre-service teachers into practice through large online communities of knowledge-sharing, Australian Journal of Teacher Education
- Thompson K, Kennedy-Clark S, Wheeler P, Kelly N: 2014, Discovering indicators of successful collaboration using tense: Automated extraction of patterns in discourse, British Journal of Educational Technology



Publications in ePrints

Kelly, Nick and Antonio, Amy (2016) Teacher peer support in social network sites. Teaching and Teacher Education, 56. pp. 138-149. ISSN 0742-051X

Kelly, Nick and Fogarty, Rod (2015) An integrated approach to attracting and retaining teachers in rural and remote parts of Australia. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 17 (2). ISSN 1325-2224

Clara, Marc and Kelly, Nick and Mauri, Teresa and Danaher, P. A. (2015) Can massive communities of teachers facilitate collaborative reflection? Fractal design as a possible answer. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. pp. 1-13. ISSN 1359-866X

Smith, Heather and Quinn, Andrea and Kelly, Nick (2015) Digital apprehension and first year university students. In: E-Learn 2015: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2015, 19-22 Oct 2015, Kona, Hawaii, United States.

Kelly, Nick and Gero, John S. (2015) Situated interpretation in computational creativity. Knowledge-Based Systems, 80 (1). pp. 48-57. ISSN 0950-7051

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